Portions of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport's Terminal A were evacuated Wednesday night.
Bomb threats made toward inbound flights to the airport had security crack down and evacuate passengers from some areas of the terminal.
According to Jason Zeilinski with the Austin-Burgstrom International Airport, a caller made a threat around 6:30 p.m. that there were two different bombs on two different plans that were on their way to Dallas-area airports.
However, the Transportation Security Administration says only one plane, American Airlines flight #1072 was involved in the security threat.
That flight arrived from Austin at around 7 p.m. and taxied into Terminal A, Gate 19, according to DFW Airport Department of Public Safety.
In a statement released around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, DFW security cleared an area around gates A19 and A20 and moved travelers to other gates while they screened the aircraft.
The security checkpoint near gate A21 was closed for a portion of the night, but was re-opened by airport security around 9 p.m.
A flight attendant onboard flight #1072 says the plane landed and passengers de-boarded the plane before airport security informed the flight crew that they too needed to de-board while security searched the plane.
According to NBC 5's Amanda Guerra, an airport representitive said the plane was towed to an isolation area for screening.
The flight is scheduled to continue on to Philadelphia International Airport, but AA will not be using the aircraft currently being screened.
Dallas Love Field airports reported no aircraft threats on Wednesday.
DFW Airport officials said operations are continuing as normal in other terminals and other Terminal A gates not previously listed.
Passengers are seeing flight delays even as portions of the airport reopen. Click here for DFW Airport flight information.
Earlier reports indicated additional planes may have been targeted, but there is conflicting information from a variety of aviation sources.